Undergraduate and graduate-level accounting students at the College of Charleston helped five area families enjoy the holiday season this year as part of The Palmetto Project’s Families Helping Families (FHF) Program. Over the past several weeks, nearly 50 members and candidates of the Mu Beta chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, the College’s chapter of the […]
Four professors in the School of Business co-wrote what many perceive to be a blueprint for economic transformation and growth in the Palmetto state.
In weeks leading up to the AACSB visit, the Student Success Center encouraged students to take an active interest in what AACSB is and why the accreditation is so important to our school. The drawing invited students to write a correct answer to “What is AACSB?” and enter their answers and names into a drawing […]
The Initiative for Public Choice & Market Process joins The School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs, The German Program, and the Global Business Resource Center to present: A roundtable discussion commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. 6:00 pm Wednesday November 11, 2009 100 Maybank Hall Reception to immediately follow
Jack Tate, a S.C. entrepreneur who founded Carolina Baby Superstores, spoke to students on October 27 in a standing-room only Wachovia Auditorium at the College of Charleston. During his presentation, he spoke about his experiences in starting the national retail business, as a student at the College of Charleston and his passion for Vietnam. Mr. […]
The Initiative for Public Choice & Market Process is pleased to announce the next BB&T Free Market Process Series speaker: Dr. Benjamin Powell. Dr. Powell is coming to The College of Charleston on November 19 and will address the topic: “Sweat Shop Wages and Third World Workers: Are the Jobs Worth the Sweat”
If you missed Dean Shao’s first Conversation with Students on October 20, watch some excerpts of his discussion here. Dean Shao’s Conversation with Students
Do you think the effects of alcohol have any impact on whether a restaurant diner leaves a tip for a server?
The Initiative for Public Choice & Market Process at the College of Charleston will present a lecture from University of Chicago Law professor Richard Epstein entitled “Takings versus Regulation: Where in Lies the Difference?” The lecture will be held on October 8 in the Beatty Center’s Wachovia Auditorium begin at 7 p.m.
Holland A. Williams was recently named director of career development for the School of Business. Williams brings with her 20 years of professional experience and has lectured in the school’s marketing department for 11 years. “I am particularly pleased with the opportunity for increased student interaction,” Williams said. “In this position, I am able to […]